Frommer's Croatia

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Wiley, Apr 29, 2010 - Travel - 384 pages
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Completely updated, "Frommer's Croatia" features gorgeous color photos of the sights and experiences that await you.

Our author, who has spent years exploring Croatia, gives an insider's look at everything from the country's famed beaches to it's less-traveled but equally stunning interior. She's checked out Croatia's big cities and small towns, and she offers best authoritative, candid reviews of hotels and restaurants that will help you find the choices that suit your tastes and budget.

Croatia's incomparable Adriatic beaches, historic treasures (including six UNESCO World Heritage sites), and excellent value (especially compared to other European destinations) are gaining it wide recognition as the hot tourist destination of the moment for American travelers.

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User Review  - Heather19 - LibraryThing

Read when I did a report on Croatia, this is a very good book, very informative and interesting. Read full review

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About the author (2010)

Dr. Karen Tormé Olson and her daughter-in-law Sanja Bazuli5 Olson have spent every summer and holiday since 2003 traveling Croatia as a writer-translator team to gather information for Frommer’s Croatia. Karen is a photographer, freelance travel writer, and former Chicago Tribune editor. She has a doctorate in administration, is a member of the Society of American Travel Writers, and holds a day job as a school counselor, fencing coach, and literary magazine advisor. She lives in a Chicago suburb with her husband, Randy Weissman, their son, Drew, and three large shelter dogs.

Sanja Bažulić Olson was born in Denmark but was reared and educated in Croatia, where she has lived for most of her life. She holds a master’s degree in agricultural engineering from Zagreb University, and since 2003 Sanja has lived in Uganda, Washington, D.C., Kabul, Afghanistan, and Pristina, Kosovo, with her husband, Greg, who works in micro development for the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID).

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